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Colonial men and times; containing the journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, some account of his ancestry, life and travels in Virginia and the present state of Kentucky during the revolutionary period; the Huguenots, genealogy, with brief sketches of the allied families (1916)

Author: Harper, Lillie Du Puy Van Culin, ed; Trabue, Daniel, 1760-1840. cn
Subject: Trabue family (Anthony Trabue, Sir, 1667-1724); Dupuy family (Bartholomew DuPuy, 1562?-1743)
Publisher: Philadelphia, Penna., Innes & sons
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: 31833014348053
Digitizing sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Book contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Collection: allen_county; americana
Notes: This is a bound photocopy of an original text. Due to the copying process pages are skewed, off center, all of the pictures are light in appearance and there are dark vertical lines on most of the pages.
Scanfactors: 67

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The family of Trabue: p. [205]-275

The family of Du Puy: p. [367]-417

"List of works consulted": p. 592-595


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